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Tokyo Restaurants

Ristorante Carmine

  • 1–19 Saiku-machi
  • Shinjuku-ku

Updated 08/13/2013

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Everybody pitched in, so the story goes, when chef Carmine Cozzolino left his job at an upscale restaurant in Aoyama and opened this unpretentious neighborhood bistro in 1987: friends designed the logo and the interior, painted the walls (black and white), and hung the graphics, swapping all their labor for meals. The five-course dinner (¥3,990–¥5,250) here could be the best deal in town. The menu changes weekly; specialties of the house include risotto primavera and

Tuscan-style filetto di pesce (fish fillet) parmigiano. The wine list is well chosen, and the torta al cioccolata (chocolate cake) is a serious chocolate-lovers dessert.

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1F Nishikawa Bldg., 1–19 Saiku-machi, Tokyo, 162-0838, Japan



Updated 08/13/2013


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